We were honored to take part in a unique project in collaboration with motion device company – SUZUKI, which takes part in different activities in the automotive industry.

The project is made up of a Coy fish pool and Zen gardens, and is inspired by Japanese culture. The large space narrows down to an impressive stairwell, accompanied by lighting and different elements taken from the Botanic and Zoology worlds. The goal of our design was to create a minimalistic and subtle design, and at the same time to have a presence. Using white on white with Japanese inspirations so that it would be incorporated with the clean existing architecture. The wall is made of one part which has Coy fish swimming one along another up the wall, and a second part where two Egrets fly into the distance. In order to communicate with the Zen environment, we incorporated LED touches, to give a gentle feeling, peace and calmness. The wall invites the observer to follow along while walking up the stairs, and in every angle of the space you can experience the climb up in a new and intriguing way.

Architects: Setter

Photography: Uzi Porat

Location: Rishon LeZion

Year: 2021

Project Management: Waxman Govrin Geva

Contractor: A. Weiss

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